Spring B. Seals is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music in Piano. She began studying piano at the age of 7 in her hometown of Grapevine, Texas, and received a Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance with an emphasis in Pedagogy from Oklahoma Baptist University. In the summer of 2009, she traveled to Nairobi Kenya to serve as a guest professor and performer at the Kenya Baptist Theological College. In 2010 Spring won OBU’s Concerto/Aria Competition and was given the opportunity to perform Saint-Saens Africa Fantasy Op. 23 with an orchestra. Graduating Summa Cum Laude, Spring was also given the award of Outstanding Senior in the School of Music at OBU.
Following graduation, Spring was awarded a graduate assistantship at Texas Christian University where she completed a Master’s Degree in Piano Pedagogy, studying under Harold Martina and Dr. Ann M. Gipson. She also had the opportunity to receive private lessons and perform in teaching masterclasses with Dr. Yohaved Kaplinsky of the Julliard School of Music. At TCU she received extensive teaching experience through group and private lessons for children, college students, and adults.
Spring is an active member of Music Teachers National Association and has presented at several MTNA National Conferences, Oklahoma, Utah, and Texas state conferences, and for numerous local associations in the DFW area. She has served as the Vice President for Business Activities for Texas Music Teachers Association and as a member of the Editorial Committee of MTNA's bi-monthly journal, American Music Teacher. She is currently the President of Fort Worth Music Teachers Association and a Trustee for the Texas Music Teachers Educational Foundation. In 2023 she was honored as a Foundation Fellow at the MTNA National Conference. She is a frequent adjudicator for area festivals and competitions. Spring enjoys teaching piano students of all ages and in all stages of study, and believes that everyone is capable of creating and enjoying music.